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Anyone within range of this system who can check the CC?

Unitrunker and Trunk88 are reporting a CC of 851.3125 for a couple days which would seem to indicate re-banding is coming south...Maybe.

Let me know,
Dave
 

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Dave,

Yes, this is what Unitrunker is reporting for this site... Rebanding across the state has been completed for a few months, even in the southern region. At this stage, the state is now continuing to upgrade site equipment and add additional IR's as needed. You will notice in the coming months that IR numbers may display strange information; in addition, you will be seeing numerous frequency changes as the state now realizes that they cannot continue to reuse the same frequencies from the North & Central systems in the IR's because during band openings they encounter various issues with the overall network. Eventually, the North, Central, and South systems will have the standard four control channels and each IR will have their own four control channels as the 7.x upgrades require these changes. When all is said and done, each IR will have at least four frequencies; most likely unique to each individual site.
 

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Jerry is right about the IR sites - right now, they use the feature of 'voice over control" to get the maximum usage out of all channels at an IR, but the 7.x core & the future P25 migration will not allow that behavior.
 
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